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Palm Beach Lakes High School

West Palm Beach, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 2420


Palm Beach Lakes High School
3505 Shiloh Drive
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
(561) 640-5000
Palm Beach Lakes High School is located in West Palm Beach, FL and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 1 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Two or more races
Native American

Reviews18 Reviews

horrible school and I'm glad i didn't go there
I am still grasping with academic performance for my child however we cant blame everything on teachers or the school sometimes what your child and you as a parent put in is what you get out however i find that some teachers there are sabbotaging of your childs education and this need to be looked into and stop. On the other side you have great teachers who only wants the best for your child so i will give a high five or Kudos to them we has parents have to step up to the plate with our children as wel so right now i have no negative views to give the principal Mr alfonso keep you inform each week i think they are doing their best we all have to step in and help to make this school great inspite of what others say.
Horrible. Most teachers don't care. Students are the most disrespectful children I've ever seen. The ones that supposedly deal with bully's don't care! Fights all the time. And I could go on. Just a horrible place
The issues with the freshman class are that they are required to take intensive reading, regardless of their FCAT scores. This school has programs such as Pre-Law, Biotechnology, Early Childhood, Teaching Academy, and Medical. Pre-Law has a Mock Trial team. There are a few arts programs such as chorus, band, theater, and art classes. The regular-level classes are more remedial and the students in those classes do not know how to behave. Some of the teachers simply put in the grades that give the students credit for the class without knowing the material. Some of the Advanced Placement students in those classes are unable to receive a score that will give them the college credit they need due to the fact that the teachers are not able to cover the material required. There is an on-campus clinic run by a certified nurse, in which students with no medical care can seek help during school hours for their medical needs. The sports that are well-known are Track, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer and Football. The other teams, swimming, wrestling, baseball, and such, are neglected by a majority of the students and faculty. Some of the neglected teams have old uniforms or no uniforms at all
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